bySt. Clair, Matthew G.; Air University (U.S.). School of Advanced Air and Space Studies
"This paper analyzes the participation of the US Twelfth Air Force in the Mediterranean theater of operation from 1943 to 1944 and also studies the coalition and joint operations required in the air campaign."Digitized by www.dtic.mil. Topics: WWII, United States. -- Army Air Forces -- Air Force, 12th, World War, 1939-1945 -- Mediterranean...
byUnited States. Army Air Forces; Center for Air Force History (U.S.)
CONTENTS PAGE The Twelfth Air Force in the Landing Operations 1 The Twelfth Air Force in the Tunisian Campaign 21 ILLUSTRATIONS Casablanca — Port Lyautey 7 Battered Sousse 13 Algiers and Environs 23 Mediterranean Area 32-33 Former Seaplane Base 39 Mehdia — Port Lyautey 47 Luftwaffe Boneyard 53 Oran and Environs 61 Digitized by http://www.afhso.af.mil/ Topics: WWII, World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial Operations, American, United States. Army Air Forces, Wings At...
Silent footage of A-36 Mustang aircraft in Sicily. Combat footage, briefings, ground crews, etc. One clapperboard says "Mustang Invaders Sicily." Probably 1943 and perhaps the 27th or 86th Bombardment Groups."Unofficially named the "Invader," the A-36A Apache dive bomber was the first U.S. Army Air Forces version of the Mustang (the Mustang was officially developed for Britain in 1940). The first A-36 flew in September 1942, and North American completed production of... Topics: Airplanes, Military, Army Air Forces -- Combat Subjects, Mustang (Fighter plane), United States. --...